Indiana artist G-Scott points out in his new video “Hennessy Lemonade”, the consequences of not learning from one’s mistakes.
Learning from one’s mistakes is critical in growing as a person. However, before you can learn from your mistakes, you need to learn that you have to learn from mistakes. Confusing? A little. But as Indiana artist G-Scott points out in his new video “Hennessy Lemonade”, not knowing this, and not learning from your mistakes can have serious consequences.
“‘Hennessy Lemonade’ is about not learning from past mistakes. On the first mixtape in the series, Weekend In Los Vegas, we shot a video for the track “HA$H.” In the video for “HA$H” I got lost in the party life with a young woman in a sheep mask. The mask is an analogy of a wolf in sheep’s clothing. She lead me to a wild party that ended in me being set up and losing everything I came with.
Everything that looks good and fun isn’t always the best for you. Growing up we don’t always learn our lessons the first time around and can stumble back into whatever toxic situation we can’t seem to escape from. I’m a firm believer that you can’t fix a problem by running from it. You have to acknowledge it and make a conscious effort to change it for the better. “Hennessy Lemonade,” off the second tape in the series “Weekend In Los Vegas,” is an extension of the video for “HA$H.” I haven’t learned from my past mistakes due to a pretty face and a lot of shots of Hennessy which leads me down a road to another wild night in Los Vegas.
Watch “Hennessy Lemonade” directed by Miguel Cisneros below. Another Weekend In Las Vegas Out Now On iTunes.